Simulation game. You like treating animals? This game is for you! Get into the shoes of a rookie vet stationed and take care of abused animals at the Pet Pal Animals Shelter. Be ready to b e responsible of the great amount of tasks about caring for pets. Besides, you are to keep them not only healthy, ready for adoption but happy enough as well. First tasks involve checking up the animal patients and treating those with sickness and injuries, but later you are to conduct activities, like training the animals, grooming them, etc. The game provides you with a variety of equipment which can be used to correctly diagnose and treat the patients. The game bears an educational character providing its players with the information about all the animals, their ailment and the particular cure. The game is similar to Zoo Vet game play and storyline. There are more than 35 new real-life cases to deal with, over 40 varied medical tools to use and much more.
Style and atmosphere inside the game:
Pet Pals: New Leash on Life is an engaging game designed with nice but not very modern graphics. You won.t be impressed much by the game.s animations. The textures and modeling aren.t too impressive as well. But still you.ll quickly adjust to the game as it suggests exciting storyline and a great amount of challenging tasks. The sound system suggests you to listen to suitably selected sound effects and relevant background music. All in all, graphics as well as sound system are not the features the game should be proud of. The players are going to be more excited by its storyline and the gameplay itself.
Offline gameplay: 1 player
ESRB Ratio: Everyone
Extras and features:
· 35 New Cases to Deal with
· 15 Different Types of Animals
· 40 Varied Medical Tools to Use
· The graphics should be improved
Windows 2000/XP/Vista,Processor: PII 600 MHz,DirectX 9.0c,128 MB RAM,Free hard drive space: 1.6 GB,AGP 128MB VRAM,Sound Card
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